Megan Sapp, CNM, is a certified nurse-midwife at Women's Healthcare Associates in Portland, Oregon.
In her practice, Megan enjoys forming trusting partnerships with patients and their families and empowering them to make informed decisions throughout their care. Having completed graduate school for midwifery in 2007, her practice history includes a clinical faculty position at University of Maryland School of Medicine, in addition to working in a freestanding birth center. Her experience in both low-intervention birth and higher risk pregnancy has resulted in a special appreciation for helping people in a variety of circumstances have satisfying birth experiences.
After becoming a certified nurse-midwife, Megan completed additional graduate education as family nurse practitioner. She uses this expanded scope to serve as a member of WHA's behavioral and mental health team, in addition to practicing full-scope midwifery. She enjoys meeting with patients to support their mental wellness as they move through some of life's most important and challenging transitions. She has specialty training in psychiatric prescribing for pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Outside of her clinical work, Megan chairs the American Midwifery Certification Board committee that develops the national board certification questions for midwives. She also chairs the Providence Portland Peer Review committee for Women's and Children's departments. When she’s not working or volunteering, Megan enjoys running roads and trails, experimenting in the kitchen, and spending time with her goofy rescue dog.
Master of Science Nursing, Nurse-Midwifery, Vanderbilt University School of Nursing, 2008
Bachelor of Arts, Women's Studies, University of Florida, 2005
American College of Nurse-Midwives
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